Haniel - We are enkelfähig!
The Haniel Corporate Video and six more clips concernig our Haniel Values can be found in our media database.
How do ELG employees refine stainless steel plates? Why is CWS-boco being presented with a design award for its soap dispenser? And what topics are Haniel’s scholarship holders discussing with high-profile representatives from the worlds of business and science? The new Haniel Inside section has the answer to all of these questions. Find out what it’s like to work in the Group Holding Company and business divisions. You can also learn about how the company and its employees show their commitment to the environment, society and education.
In the Christmas woodshop
This year, our Christmas card features a Nativity scene. It was on display for many years at the Werkstatt für Menschen mit Behinderung (WfbM), a workshop for people with disabilities, in Duisburg Neudorf. This is also where it was produced.
The index of the anti-corruption organization Transparency International records the spread of corruption in the public sector. Germany is in the current index twelfth of 175th. According to Transparency International there are problems especially for large companies: They pay about one billion Euro bribes to get orders.
Incorruptibility is the highest precept of the Haniel business conduct. As a result, Haniel employees are prohibited from giving monetary gifts or demanding such for themselves under any circumstances. They are also not allowed to accept monetary gifts from business partners or third parties when conducting business.